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Prince Edward County Is A Hot Ontario Getaway This Summer



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If you’re looking for a weekend escape from the city, then Prince Edward County is the perfect place for you and your significant other, family or even your group of close friends to get away from the city limits . Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Prince Edward County offers vineyards, fine dining, and romantic accommodations. Retreat to this quaint Canadian county to embrace the summery temperatures in the weeks ahead, all while exploring the lake, art installations, and local farms. Real Style has curated a roundup of local hotspots in Prince Edward County, for anyone planning a summer getaway to this scenic, restful part of Ontario. 

The Drake Devonshire

This all-season boutique hotel offers 13 uniquely decorated rooms and features art installations as well as cultural programs and events. This beautiful and peaceful hotel situated by the lake perfectly blends the old and the new. The restaurant, the Drake Commissary, incorporates local ingredients into its menu to create high-quality dishes for hotel guests. Rooms range from approximately $389.00 to $1,439.00 a night.

The June Motel

The June Motel is fairly young as it only opened last year, yet it has quickly become a popular place for visitors. This lodge is easily recognized by its bright pink doors and is located along the Loyalist Parkway. The motel offers yoga classes, breakfast, and a wine studio for guests. There are 7 different packages to choose from, which start at $205.00 a night and go up to $385.00 a night.

The Lighthall Vineyards

This young winery is one of Canada’s first to make both wine and cheese under the same roof. It is well known for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and sheep-milk cheeses such as brie and Manchebo. Spend the day touring the grounds, wine tasting, and munching on cheese to accompany your vino. 

Public House at Jackson’s Falls Country Inn

This restaurant is located inside a rustic 1870s one-room schoolhouse and claims to offer a seasonal menu of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options from Friday-Sunday. The menu is First Nations-inspired and incorporates locally grown produce. The Public House also offers local brew on tap, that might just help you wash down the local eats after a long day of exploring the region. 

County Cider Co.

This restaurant provides diners with spectacular views of the lake and award-winning cider collected from over 16 hectares of apple trees. County Cider Co. is also appraised for its lamb burgers and wood-oven cooked pizzas. Visitors can enjoy cider on the patio with a view of the 1830s barn on site.

Andrew Csafordi Studio Gallery and Love Nest Studios

Encaustic art, which is made from heated beeswax mixed with pigments and painted onto wood or canvas, is beautifully displayed in a barn in Andrew Csafordi’s Studio Gallery. The studio also offers guided workshops open to those with little to no artistic experience and those who are highly skilled. Love Nest Studios is located on the same property and is also owned by artist Andrew Csafordi and his wife. Love Nest also features more encaustic art, as well as some other pieces. These two studios are located in Bloomfield, which is just outside Prince Edward County. 

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The Best Cities For Bachelorettes In Canada





If you’re in your mid to late 20s, many of your girlfriends are most likely starting tying the knot. With weddings come bachelorette parties. These big pre-wedding blow-outs can quickly become repetitive and unoriginal. How many Vegas booze fests or Nashville bar hops before it’s too many?

We’ve come up with some underrated activities perfect for the Canadian bride. Whether she’s looking to get pampered, be adventurous, or try out new foods, there’s bound to be an activity on this list that fits her vibe. Take a look at our list of some of the best cities in Canada to host a Bachelorette party and what to do there.


Bourbon Room: This speakeasy-esque bar offer fun bourbon tastings and cocktail mixing classes. Located at 341b 10th Avenue SW., Bourbon Room charges $75 a head for classes and tastings and offers a variety of drinks starting at $10 dollars. This is a great place to have some fun with your best girls while enjoying some adult drinks and tasty treats.

Fairmont Banff Springs: Treat yourself to a stay at the Fairmont located in the Banff National Park. You’ll feel like a pampered princess after a massage at the Willow Stream spa. The bride and her bridesmaids can also enjoy drinks from Banff’s craft Distillery Park as they take advantage of the spa’s amenities.


MacEwan University Cooking Class: Enjoy a filling fiesta at MacEwan University, located at 11050 104 Avenue NW. You and your friends can choose from a list of classes including Italian Farmhouse, French Bistro, Thai Street Food and more. While cooking up a storm, sample some wines and snack on the delish meal your prepping. At $139 a person, you can experience a four-hour gourmet cooking class.

Pole Junkies Pole Dancing: Why not get some exercise in while having a laugh with some friends as you attempt to dance around a pole. Don’t be fooled it’s not as easy as it looks. But hey, you don’t need to be a professional to take a class. At Pole Junkies private classes are only $150 on Fridays. You can choose from pole dancing, burlesque, lap dances, aerial yoga, and more for your very own personalized class that will leave you and your friends with some fun new moves and hilarious memories.


La Champagnerie: At La Champagnerie, the only champagne bar in Montreal, treat yourself to the Bachelorette package! Here the charcuterie boards are $50, tasting menus start at $60 for five courses, and the Grand Cru seafood platter including oysters, black and white truffles and other crustaceans is priced at $100. Pop some bubbly and enjoy the DJ’s tunes for a girls’ night out on the town. Some special services available to make the night increasingly memorable are personalized bottles, custom Polaroid cameras, and initiations to sabring.

Bota Bota: If you’re looking for a more low-key weekend getaway with a few close gals this is the place for you. Bota Bota is the Instagram famous spa located on a boat in Old Montreal. With multiple hot baths and a stunning view of the city, you and your friends with are sure to grab some stunning pictures while melting into the steaming water. Although the spa is known for the on-deck water circuit, other amazing services available include facials, massages, mani-pedis, and more. There is also an amazing restaurant on board which features a seasonal menu.


East Coast Surf School: Take advantage of the stunning Halifax coast and enroll in a surf class. The East Coast Surf School offers private classes for five or more people starting at $65 a head. The class includes the board and wetsuit. So, all you and your girlfriend need to bring is a sense of adventure and probably a towel.

Hatfield Farms: If you’re looking to get in touch with nature while spending some bonding time with your childhood besties then look into spending the night at the Hatfield Farms. Roast marshmallows over a wood fire, enjoy a horseback ride through a woodsy trail, and gab all night with your girls in a cozy cabin. The Trail Blazing Over Night Adventure package ranges from $74-$99 a person and horseback riding starts at $56 per person.



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The Most Luxurious Spas To Spoil Yourself At In Vancouver





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Treat yourself to a spa day or weekend getaway at one of the many lavish spas located within and around Vancouver, B.C. We all need some rest and relaxation now and then. Why not indulge in massages, beauty treatments, sauna sweat sessions and more as you decompress from your hard work and stress. Our list of spas will help you unwind in peaceful settings and promise to send you home looking and feeling rejuvenated.   

Smile Thai Wellness Spa

The Smile Thai Wellness Spa, which is located at 235 Robson St, offers authentic Thai massages that are sure to loosen up your muscles and have you feeling calm and relaxed. This spa uses alternative healing therapies in order to improve your well being and send you home a happier and healthier person both physically and mentally.


Chi, is a pricier spa located inside the Shangri-La hotel that lets you indulge in a variety of relaxing amenities such as hot stone massages, body wraps, facials, and more. Located on 1128 West Georgia Street, this lush sanctuary will provide you with the ultimate pampering experience.


Skoah is a niche spa with treatments focused on facial rejuvenation. The spa offer treatments that target clogged pores, wrinkles, sun spots, and more. This skin specialized spa aims to give you glowing skin in a zen environment. Keep in mind that these skin renewal procedures often come at high costs.


Scandinave is located in Whistler, about an hour drive from Vancouver, and offers stunning views as it is immersed in nature. The hot pools, saunas, and massages in the magical setting make for a great weekend escape to forget the stress of the city. The no-talk zone spa forces one to detach from their phone and all the worries that come with it as the sounds of nature filter in.

Float House

Float House spa offers an extremely unique experience to customers as its sensory deprivation tanks allow you to effortlessly float in water soaked in Epsom salts. The feeling of being weightless helps you to shed the figurative stress and weight that you carry around as your muscles begin to unwind and your mind wonders. There are four locations of this popular spa located in Gastown, Surrey, Langley, and Kitsilana.

Willow Stream Spa

The Willow Stream Spa is located at 1038 Canada Place on the fifth floor at the Fairmont Pacific Rim and features a giant patio offering some magnificent panoramic views of the harbor. The cozy atmosphere created by the many fireplaces encourages a welcoming and relaxed environment. The spa is well known for its couple’s room which has gigantic Japanese Zen tubs and skin scrubs made from seaweed and thermal salts. The spa also features a luxurious rooftop pool and hot tub to soak up some rays or have an evening dip.


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PEI’s Go-To Seafood Joints




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When you think of Prince Edward Island, what comes to mind? Canada’s smallest province is the birthplace of the confederation, home to Anne of Green Gables, host to what appears to be thousands of lighthouses, and the owner of some red sandy beaches. However, the most important thing to know about the royal island is that it is home to some of the best seafood the great north has to offer. You’re guaranteed the freshest fish as PEI’s fishing ports bring in catches year round. Lobster, mussels, and clam chowder are just a few of the many fishy foods you owe it to yourself to try when visiting PEI. Since almost every restaurant on the island serves seafood, we’ve narrowed down a list of the top spots to find some of the finest, most flavorful fish Canada has to offer.

Skip’s Fish N Chips

Skip’s shack is a super casual spot located in Summerside. If you’re feeling fancy, give the clams and scallops a try. However, the fish and chips are truly the stars of the menu at Skip’s. This is a great place to come with friends to share two pieces of fish and chips which are priced at $17.45 or an order of poutine which goes for $6.95. Keep in mind the seating is limited, but just steps away from the shack is the waterfront. If you’re dining out with kids, Skip’s Fish N Chips makes for a great addition to a boardwalk picnic.

Blue Mussel Café

Nestled in the North Rustico Harbour, this café serves up baked lobster, scallops, and steamed blue mussels for $11. Don’t be fooled by the casual atmosphere, the seafood is said to be very high quality and a local favorite. The Blue Mussel Café makes an effort to avoid frying their foods in order to preserve the full flavor of the seafood which is often paired with fresh greens.

Claddagh Oyster House

The Claddagh Oyster House offers local beef seafood and an impressive wine list. This pub, located in a brick heritage building in Charlottetown, offers a giant 25-piece oysters taster for $70 and aged steak sliders for $35. If you’re looking for panache and platters of oysters, this is the place for you.

New Glasgow Lobster Suppers

This restaurant, which is located in New Glasgow, provides the classic P.E.I seafood experience. After ordering your 1 lb. your waiter will tie a bib around your neck. That’s how you know you’re truly in for a treat. At only $35.95 for a full-size lobster, appetizer, salads, and dessert, how could anyone say no?

Daniel Brenan Brickhouse

This Charlottetown joint is slightly more upscale than those previously mentioned. The chef’s choice mussels, which are priced at $13, and the miso salmon are two noteworthy items on the menu. The stylish décor and sophisticated atmosphere make this a great place to take your spouse for a romantic dinner.


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